THE COMMA SUTRA – POSITION THREE

THE COMMA SUTRA – POSITION THREE

Position Three of the Comma Sutra in line editing addresses the commas which should occur between two, three, or more (though I wouldn’t recommend too many more) independent clauses in sentences. Usually, these independent clauses are connected by and, but, or or one...
REVIEW – HOW TO MARKET A BOOK BY JOANNA PENN

REVIEW – HOW TO MARKET A BOOK BY JOANNA PENN

I’ve been receiving Joanna Penn’s emails directing me to her helpful blog posts about writing and book marketing for at least of couple of years now. So when I started to dig into planning to market my next book, Taming the Twisted, I purchased a few of her book...
DAYDREAM YOUR WAY TO YOUR NEXT NOVEL

DAYDREAM YOUR WAY TO YOUR NEXT NOVEL

When I was a kid, as a way to fall asleep at night, I would picture elaborate “day dreams” in my head. I was always the main character. When I was a teen, these mostly involved imagining how my latest crush would realize his love for me and we would be together....
THE COMMA SUTRA – POSITION TWO

THE COMMA SUTRA – POSITION TWO

Today we’ll tackle the intuitive comma in line editing. The one you really can only know is missing by reading your words out loud. I know, I know – reading out loud is a pain in the backside and embarrassing, especially if your kids have their friends over, but it is...